Contains a collection of essays evaluating major decisions made during Theodore Roosevelt's presidency
Includes bibliographical references (pages 229-232) and index
ch. 1. Roosevelt and the birth of conservation -- 1. Roosevelt helped establish American environmentalism / Sandy Marvinney -- 2. Roosevelt introduced conservation into American politics / Harold Howland -- 3. Roosevelt built support for conservation by linking it to American values / Daniel O. Buehler -- 4. Roosevelt redefined the frontier myth to build support for conservation / Leroy G. Dorsey -- ch. 2. Regulating business and busting trusts -- 1. Roosevelt staked out a middle ground on trusts / Harold Howland -- 2. Roosevelt increased government involvement in business and labor / George E. Mowry -- 3. Trust-busting was driven by moral purpose / Leroy G. Dorsey -- ch. 3. Expanding America's role in the world -- 1. Roosevelt is the father of American internationalism / Fareed Zakaria -- 2. Roosevelt empowered the presidency and expanded U.S. influence / Walter Lafeber -- 3. Roosevelt's intervention in Panama was ethical and justifiable / Frederick W. Marks III -- 4. Roosevelt's Panamanian policy was defined by aggression and contradiction / David H. Burton -- ch. 4. The great white fleet and U.S. naval power -- 1. Roosevelt helped to create a powerful navy / Anna K. Nelson -- 2. Roosevelt's management of the navy was poor / James R. Reckner -- 3. Roosevelt's obsession with battleships contributed to U.S. military preparedness / Matthew M. Oyos -- Appendix of Documents -- Chronology
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